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What is the difference between the 90g Di Tan Tang and the 200 g Di Tan Tang? A friend gave me her bottle of concentrated Di Tan Tang 90G. My dog is a year old and has been having seizure since 6 mths old. My vet has him on three different types of meds. The seizures have become a little less but he still has major ones throughout the month. What dose should I be giving my dog of the 90g? He is 75 lbs. Thank you,
Thank you for your question!
We're sorry your dog struggles with seizures. The 90g Di Tan Tang is Concentrated, so it is double the strength of the 200g Di Tan Tang powder. This means, you give less concentrated powder than you give regular powder. Both formulas contain the same active herbal ingredients and have the same effect.
The manufacturer's recommended dose for Concentrated 90g Di Tan Tang is 0.1g to 0.25g per 10 to 20lbs twice daily for dogs and cats. Your vet can help you decide exactly what dose to give in that range based on your dog's condition and individual characteristics.
If you'd like to purchase from us, request authorization from your vet here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Hi. I am currently using this products through a mobile vet that has moved away. Do you ship to Canada? How am I able to order this product please.
Thank you for your question! Unfortunately, we are unable to ship to Canada at this time. We recommend finding a vet on this list and getting your herbs from them: https://www.tcvm.net/. There is a distributor in Canada called Holistic Vet Solutions that supplies herbs to vets. So, if you find a new TCVM vet, they will be able to get the herbs for you. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
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